FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner
FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner

The official documents from the United States government requesting the extradition of former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner have been received by Trinidad and Tobago`s Attorney General Garvin Nicholas.

Jack Warner case adjourned with no extradition writ from US yet
Jack Warner case adjourned with no extradition writ from US yet

The United States has yet to issue a formal writ of extradition for former FIFA vice president Jack Warner, whose case was adjourned on Thursday until July 27, lawyers in the case said on Thursday.

Suspended FIFA official Jeffrey Webb was director of Jack Warner's company
Suspended FIFA official Jeffrey Webb was director of Jack Warner's company

Suspended CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb was a director 10 years ago of a Cayman Islands company controlled by Jack Warner, the former head of the Americas regional football body who is facing U.S. corruption charges, a court document shows.

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner tells US to prepare for long, hot summer
Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner tells US to prepare for long, hot summer

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner has told the United States to brace up for a "long hot summer" as he defends himself against charges laid by law enforcement authorities of that country regarding his activities with football's world governing body.

FIFA soccer scandal exposes Caribbean’s corrupt underbelly
FIFA soccer scandal exposes Caribbean’s corrupt underbelly

At a Caribbean anti-corruption conference in the Cayman Islands in March last year, politicians and activists called on regional leaders to create a culture of integrity and transparency with zero tolerance for offenders. It didn’t seem to matter to the organizer that one of the main sponsors was the regional soccer body CONCACAF that was mired in a big bribery scandal.

Morocco denies bribe allegations over 1998 World Cup bid
Morocco denies bribe allegations over 1998 World Cup bid

Morocco`s football federation denied on Sunday allegations that the country had paid a bribe to a FIFA executive during its unsuccessful bid to host the 1998 World Cup.

Jack Warner says Trinidad pressuring him to accept extradition
Jack Warner says Trinidad pressuring him to accept extradition

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner has dismissed calls by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Legal Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar for him to accept extradition to the United States to face corruption charges.

FIFA scandal: Fugitive Argentines refuse to surrender
FIFA scandal: Fugitive Argentines refuse to surrender

Two Argentine businessmen wanted on US charges of bribing FIFA officials refuse to surrender and demand they be allowed to remain free while they fight extradition, their lawyers said Thursday.

FIFA scandal: Trinidad downplays Jack Warner flight risk
FIFA scandal: Trinidad downplays Jack Warner flight risk

Ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner has slim chances of fleeing his native Trinidad and Tobago, where he is fighting the US bid to extradite him on corruption charges, the country`s attorney general said Wednesday.

Jack Warner says US would not guarantee fair trial
Jack Warner says US would not guarantee fair trial

Fallen FIFA executive Jack Warner, the man at the heart of the corruption scandal engulfing football`s world body, on Tuesday slammed the United States as unable to deliver him a fair trial.

Egypt ex-official says JackWarner sought money, citing influence in World Cup selection
Egypt ex-official says JackWarner sought money, citing influence in World Cup selection

The former head of Egypt`s football federation said on Sunday that ex-FIFA Vice President Jack Warner asked for $7 million from Egypt, suggesting it could help with Egypt`s bid to host the 2010 World Cup. 

Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US
Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US

Trinidad and Tobago said Sunday it expects new evidence against Jack Warner in the FIFA scandal to be investigated locally, but reiterated he should turn himself in to US authorities.

Rigged votes denied Morocco 2010 World Cup hosting rights: Reports
Rigged votes denied Morocco 2010 World Cup hosting rights: Reports

Morocco won the bid to host the 2010 World Cup but votes were "deliberately miscounted" and it was awarded to South Africa, according to a sensational new media report claim, deepening the corruption muck at FIFA.

Jack Warner siphoned off South Africa`s `legacy` millions: Report
Jack Warner siphoned off South Africa`s `legacy` millions: Report

Disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner pocketed a $10 million payment made by South Africa through football`s world body, the BBC reported Sunday.

FIFA charges Jack Warner still beloved in Trinidad
FIFA charges Jack Warner still beloved in Trinidad

He is a key figure caught up in the middle of football`s biggest corruption scandal. But indicted former FIFA vice president Jack Warner is still a wildly popular politician in his native Trinidad.

Sepp Blatter would be arrested, forced out of FIFA soon: Greg Dyke
Sepp Blatter would be arrested, forced out of FIFA soon: Greg Dyke

Football Association chairmanGreg Dyke believes that Sepp Blatter will be arrested and forced out of Fifa within a "couple of months".

Jack Warner son details FIFA World Cup ticket scam
Jack Warner son details FIFA World Cup ticket scam

A son of indicted former FIFA vice president Jack Warner detailed his role in a lucrative scam to resell World Cup tickets, in court testimony released Friday.

Sepp Blatter should quit FIFA now, says old foe Lennart Johansson

Sepp Blatter should leave FIFA immediately because he must have known about the $10 million payment sent to the disgraced Jack Warner from a FIFA account, Blatter`s old foe and former UEFA chief Lennart Johansson said on Friday.

South African leaders oversaw $10 mn 'bribe': Reports
South African leaders oversaw $10 mn 'bribe': Reports

Senior South African officials, including then President Thabo Mbeki, approved the $10 million payment that US authorities describe as a bribe to host the 2010 World Cup, local media reported Friday.

FIFA scandal: Jack Warner `fears for life` as he promises to reveal 'avalanche' of secrets
FIFA scandal: Jack Warner `fears for life` as he promises to reveal 'avalanche' of secrets

Disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner has said he fears for his life and can prove a link between football`s governing body and an election in Trinidad and Tobago.